Today's Top 10 Video Highlights
ESPN.com ranks the Top 10 video highlights for February 17th, 2009
Originally Published: February 17, 2009By Michael Cupo | ESPN.com
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|3.||Larry the Cable Guy (1963)|
|4.||Denise Richards (1971)|
|5.||Paris Hilton (1981)|
The Best for February 16, 2009
- 1. Alex Rodriguez Statement - Alex Rodriguez addresses the media about his use of performance-enhancing drugs.
- 2. Olney Reacts To A-Rod -Alex Rodriguez addresses the media.
- 3. NBA Trade Rumors - Chris Sheridan with the latest NBA trade rumors.
- 4. Happy Birthday MJ -SportsCenter celebrates Michael Jordan's 46th birthday.
- 5. California's Mount Rushmore - Rick Reilly unveils California's Mt. Rushmore of Sports.
- 6. NFL Combine Preview - Todd McShay talks about NFL Combine.
- 7. Taylor Released, Gracia To Be Released -Darren Woodson on the Jaguars release of Fred Taylor and the expected release of Jeff Gracia.
- 8. Mike And Mike: Things You Should Know - Greenberg, Golic talk about things everyone should know.
- 9. How Many Majors For Tiger in 2009? -Skip Bayless and Howard Bryant debate Tiger Woods' success in 2009.
- 10. SportsCenter Highlight Of The Night - DeJuan Blair exploded for 22 points and 23 rebounds as No. 4 Pittsburgh knocked off No. 1 UConn.
Best of the Rest
- 11. David Ortiz Talks Steroids, Injuries - Peter Gammons spoke with David Ortiz about his current health and what should happen to players who abuse steroids.
- 12. ESPNEWS Highlight Of The Night - Duke becomes just third team to win three straight at Tennessee.
- 13. Nolan Reacts To A-Rod, Steroids Nolan Ryan talks about the steroid era and Alex Rodriguez .
- 14. Why Did Porter Fail? - Jalen Rose on why Terry Porter didn't succeed in Phoenix and why the Suns are struggling.
- 15. Suns Introduce New Head Coach Gentry - Suns GM Steve Kerr introduces new head coach Alvin Gentry.
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